Hacking Autism 2 May 2012
Hacking Autism is an ambitious project that invites developers to devise free software apps to improve the lives of people with autism. The first output from the project is Mihi - an iOS app that helps autistic children communicate their feelings.
See below for the the trailer for a micro-documentary produced by the team (called, I Want to Say) that "chronicles the lives of children with autism in Silicon Valley as they break verbal communication, social and learning barriers with the help of touch technology":
[via Laughing Squid]
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